Shari Anlauf is a set designer who has worked with top fashion brands and landmark New York institutions for over a decade. She began her career as a window designer and stylist for Bergdorf Goodman, working with Linda Fargo and David Hoey, and went on to oversee window display for Ralph Lauren. Moving forward from retail design, she became a prop stylist and set designer for photo shoots and events for clients such as Vera Wang and Coach, and photographers such as Bruce Weber and Arthur Elgort. She has art directed music videos for the likes of Alanis Morissette, created iconic seasonal displays for New York institutions, and worked as an interior designer for private clients. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Anlauf lives in the West Village.
2(x)ist, 7th on 6th, Ann Taylor, Athleta, Avon, Banolino, Bergdorf Goodman, C. Wonder, Celine, Chester & Peck, Coach, Cole Haan, Converse, DKNY, Donna Karan, Donna Karan - Urban Zen, Dos Equis, El Palacio de Hierro, Escada, Fendi, Gap, Glamour Germany, Henri Bendel, Hermes, Italian Vogue, Jo Malone, John Varvatos, L'uomo Vogue, La Perla, Loehmann's, Loft, Lord & Taylor, M & S Limited, Mac Cosmetics, Max Mara, Nautica, Net Jets, New York Magazine, Nine West, NYT Magazine, Old Navy, Oprah Magazine, Perry Ellis, Ralph Lauren, Robb Report, St. John Knits, Swiss Army, Tiffany and Co., Tommy Hilfiger, Valentino, Vera Wang, Versace, Victoria's Secret, Vogue Hombre, White House/Black Market, Wolford
Andrew Yee, Anita Calero, Arthur Elgort, Bjarne Jonasson, Blossom Berkofsky, Bob Martus, Bruce Weber, Carter Berg, Craig McDean, Damon Baker, David Prince, David Roemer, Dean Isidro, Fabio Chizzola, James Macari, Mario Vivanco, Mark Siegler, Matt Albiani, Miles Aldrige, Pamela Hanson, Patrick Demarchelier, Raymond Meyer, Richard Phibbs, Sebastian Kim, Sheila Metzner, Thomas Schenk, Tim Geany, Victor Demarchelier, Walter Chin